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CSPAN
Jan 3, 2010 12:00pm EST
their contacts were in the united states. if you going to hand out a temporary business visa to someone, they really ought to have business other than plotting to kill americans on american soil. and with regard to the christmas bomber, you had the case where even absent the intelligence information that we apparently had, you know, back in the fall and back in august about abdulmutallab even without that specific information about his radical muslim inclinations, he fit a certain profile. he was young, single, male, muslim, and he was rootless. he had no permanent connections to his home country. he had traveled the world extensively, he was paying with everything in cash, and yet this person got a temporary visa to be here in the united states for a two-year period? there are already interesting regulations in the state department, in federal law that flag this kind of person as somebody who should be inadmissible and who should not be getting a visa in this country. but there is a knee-jerk opposition to profiling of any kind. and mind you, this is not simply racial or ethnic
CSPAN
Jan 4, 2010 12:00am EST
united states for a two-year period? there are already existing regulations in the state department and in federal law with that flag this kind of person as someone who should be inadmissible and should not be getting a visa in this country. but there is a major opposition to profiling of any kind and mind you this is not simply racial or ethnic profiling. it has to do with a certain type of behavior and a certain type of class profile so this is a theme of both invasion and in defense of internment. we have a very precise and very specific about what we mean when we say profiling and both of those books i think are in great detail what i think should be done. >> host: you wrote invasion in 2002. what's changed? are we still stovepiping information? is it being shared now? >> guest: well, if you listen to all the intelligence officials particularly over the last week and over the weekend, it's become the case we are doing more of the collecting of the dots, but the connecting is certainly still incomplete. and in "invasion" i went into detail how we have these existing databases in
CSPAN
Jan 9, 2010 9:00am EST
visa to be here in the united states for two your period. there are already existing regulations in the state department in federal law that flag this kind of person as someone who should not be getting a visa in this country. but there is a knee-jerk opposition to profiling of any kind. it is not simply racial or ethnic profiling. it has to do with a certain behavior the personally certain type of class profile. this is a theme of both innovation and in defense of internment. we have to be very precise and specific about what we mean when we say profiling. both of those books go into great detail. >> you wrote invasion in 2002. what has changed? are we still stovepipesing information? >> if you listen to all the intelligence officials over the last week and the weekend, it has become the case that we are doing more of the collecting of the ducks but the connecting is incomplete. i went into great detail about how we already had many existing databases in place but there was so much territorialism and the fbi does not want to share its stuff with the cia. neither of those agencies s
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